Ivorian vice-president Daniel Kablan Duncan is pictured ahead of his swearing-in ceremony in front of the Constitutionnal council on Jan. 16, 2017 in Abidjan. / AFP / Sia KAMBOU
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Ivory Coast's former prime minister Daniel Kablan Duncan was sworn in Monday as the west African nation's first vice president, taking up a post created under constitutional changes approved in November.Duncan was named vice-president last week, after he and his government resigned following legislative elections in December in the world's top cocoa producer.Former rebel leader Guillaume Soro, who was re-elected parliament speaker last week, attended Monday's swearing-in ceremony.
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